“Well, obviously I did! [tell Porsha] Listen, I consider Porsha to be like a little sister. I always try to give all these girls, Porsha included, great advice. I’m always an ear or shoulder to lean on anytime! I had not met Dennis at the time when Kandi was speaking about him at the lunch.
All the girls, Kandi included, felt that since I was the closest to Porsha, I should tell her the info Kandi knew. Me not wanting to get involved in others’ relationships, I told them I wouldn’t say a thing to Porsha about it. I didn’t want to say anything to Porsha. Once I had a chance to speak with Porsha privately, I told her! She also told me that I was speaking to her in confidence and that it wouldn’t go any further!
I thought her word was her bond. Later when I heard that my name was being thrown around as the one who let the cat out the bag, I went to Porsha and asked her why this was being said. She said no one had used my name, and if she was asked, she would not say my name. She had my back! Look, I’m loyal to those that are loyal to me! We made a pact, and I was riding with that, because I thought her word was her bond. Well, apparently not, because she sat right in her interview and said: “NeNe told me,” which I didn’t know until I saw the show last night where Porsha revealed that I told her! What gets me is that none of these girls can be trusted, and that’s a damn shame!”
Ooop! Is NeNe wrong to give up on the ladies of RHOA??? It seems like every new season a friendship falls apart.
the actress who claimed he assaulted her has decided to settle matters outside of court for more than $10,000. The victim, Jamila Majesty, claimed that she visited Katt’s’ Malibu crib in 2016.
After arriving at the residence, there were several other women in attendance. The actress says she used Williams personal bathroom, which resulted in the him getting belligerent and yelling, “no one uses my bathroom.” Allegedly, Williams and the women in his home then began to beat Majesty until she lost conciseness.
During the beating which allegedly lasted for 3 hours, the victim claims that Katt burned her with a cigarette. Also she claims that during the beating one woman was “reading a book about witchcraft and casting spells while throwing questionable items into a nearby fire”.
Majesty escaped the mansion and drove home without calling the police in total fear that Williams would retaliate. She filed a lawsuit for assault, battery, emotional distress and false imprisonment after a few months.
The 60th Annual Grammy Awards was a neverrrrrr-ending celebration of music excellence (and eyebrow-raising snubbery) splashed with your favorite stars, Her Royal Slayness Queen Bey, decent/terrible performances and not-very-surprising “surprises” that inspired a wave of hilarious memes.
School Teacher In Ireland Murders Family After Caught Masturbating At Work
This is a disturbing intersection of perverted teachers and diabolical murderers…
According to NYPost, a teacher named Alan Hawe was caught masturbating at his school in Ireland. Upon being dismissed from his post and being shamed publicly, Hawe took his bare hands along with a knife and a hatchet and slaughtered his entire family before taking his own life.
Hawe killed his wife, Clodagh, 39, and their children Liam, 14, Niall, 11, and Ryan, 6.
According to The Sun, Hawe was a well-respected member of his community and was devastated by the loss of his fake azz reputation.
Clodagh’s sister Jacqueline Connolly and mum Mary Coll said in a statement: “We are aware that he was concerned at his imminent fall from that position and the breakdown of his marriage.”
Make some room in the VIP in Hell, got a new member comin’ through…
Get Your Life Together: Kevin McCall Shot In The Toe
Kevin McCall, Eva Marcille’s baby daddy, l was shot in his foot yesterday and decided to share his injury online. The circumstances around why he got shot have not been revealed, but this weirdo decided to share his bleeding pinky toe injury with folks online, with an attitude like he just was popped in a police shootout.
“I ain’t even gonna shed a tear.”
Of course, Kevin had to get shirtless and take a selfie from the hospital bed.
Ray Allen’s Catfishy Accuser Randomly Drops Restraining Order
Last month we reported on former NBA baller Ray Allen’s strange-but-true catfish story that involved a man who purported to be several women whom Ray was communicating with via social media.
The perpetrator, Bryant Coleman, threatened to release the sexually explicit conversations and subsequently filed a restraining order against Allen with claims that the sharp-shooting baller vowed to do him harm. However, both parties reached an agreement that was intended to put the matter behind them.
Today, TMZ has broken the news that Ray’s accuser has voluntarily dropped his restraining order without explanation.
Says Allen’s lawyer, David Markus:
“We are pleased Coleman voluntarily dismissed the injunction and false claims he made against Ray Allen.”
“Ray has never met Coleman. Ray Allen has never spoken with Coleman. Ray has never threatened him or anyone. He wants nothing to do with him and is looking forward to putting this matter behind him.”
This isn’t the first time that Ray has had a issue with cheating on his wife over social media and at this rate he’s going to go down in flames like Anthony Weiner if he doesn’t get his s#!t together.
Shirley Franklin Endorses Mary Norwood Over Keisha Lance Bottoms
Things are getting a little crazy in the Atlanta Mayoral race!
43 years of Democratic leadership in Atlanta will come to an end if Mary Norwood is elected over Keisha Lance Bottoms. The two candidates faceoff in a runoff Tuesday Dec. 5 that could potentially put a white person as Mayor for the first time in over forty years. This week former Mayor Shirley Franklin shocked some folks by endorsing Mary Norwood, the endorsement is being run as part of an ad for Norwood, primarily on black radio. Here’s a transcript via the AJC:
“I’ve endorsed Mary Norwood for mayor. Some people say that endorsement may hurt my legacy, because I’ve endorsed a white woman over a black woman. This election is about character, transparency, and integrity. Not race.
“I’ve worked for mayors Maynard Jackson and Andrew Young, supported Gov. Roy Barnes, and have always fought for civil rights. I am proud to stand with Ceasar Mitchell, Cathy Woolard, John Eaves, Peter Aman, the policemen, the firefighters, and city workers – all who endorsed Mary Norwood for mayor.
“We can’t stand by and do nothing about the corruption and pay-to-play politics at City Hall. We must stand together….”
It’s interesting that Franklin mentions corruption because a lot of Atlanta residents feel she was corrupt during her term because the entire time she was Mayor her family operated a business at the airport. She was also accused of improperly, without council authorization, transferring over 100M improperly. Franklin’s term as Mayor is also remembered negatively because it was on her watch that an innocent 92-year-old woman, Katherine Johnson was killed in her home. After the Eagle Raid occurred, the city had to pay millions of dollars to settle lawsuits. There are also many who point out Franklin’s association with Billy Linville’s firm, reportedly being paid by the Norwood campaign. Soooooo seems kinda crazy that Franklin is the one out here talking about corruption.
On Friday, former Atlanta School Board candidate Charlie Stadtlander provided a 150-page dossier on Norwood. Statlander said after advising Norwood’s campaign earlier this year he refused to continue working with her because she wouldn’t correct financial impropriety.
Here are two short but damning clips from that press conference:
According to AJC reports:
A spokesperson for Norwood said that Stadtlander was fired from the campaign. Stadtlander said that was news to him and later showed reporters a $1,000 check that Norwood had written to his election campaign in July.
With the runoff just days away and polls showing Keisha Lance Bottoms trailing, much of black Atlanta has rallied around Bottoms. Killer Mike spoke out publicly this weekend supporting Bottoms:
Atlanta if you haven’t already gone to the polls, make sure you do!
We’re just ready for President Cheeto Crusty and his orange little Twitter fingers to go. FOREVER. Enough is enough and he tried it YET AGAIN by tweeting out a cringe-worthy tribute to Rosa Parks on the anniversary of the greatest “Nah” ever that sparked endless chaos (and outrage) across Twitter.
Doctors Question The Validity Of A “Do Not Resuscitate” Order Via A Tattoo
Doctors in Florida faced a pretty serious dilemma when a 70-year-old patient was admitted to hospital with a “do not resuscitate” tattoo. The man was unconscious and has no identification, so no family or friends could be reached. This “do not resuscitate” tattoo could have been gotten when the patient was drunk, or maybe they got it 40 years ago and don’t feel the same now–either way, there’s a bunch of reasons as to why the doctors were reluctant to simply follow the supposed order.
One doctor who worked on the patient commented on how the staff ended up proceeding, saying, “We initially decided not to honor the tattoo, invoking the principle of not choosing an irreversible path when faced with uncertainty. This decision left us conflicted owing to the patient’s extraordinary effort to make his presumed advance directive known…After reviewing the patient’s case, the ethics consultants advised us to honor the patient’s do not resuscitate (DNR) tattoo. They suggested that it was most reasonable to infer that the tattoo expressed an authentic preference.”
So in the end, the doctors ended up honoring the tattoo and ultimately not resuscitating the 70-year-old. The patient did end up passing away.
Many people were baffled by the story and sent their input on whether or not doctors should honor the validity of a tattoo when it comes to life or death–the opinions are a mixed bag. Check out the responses to this confusing moral dilemma below.
Genuinely curious, what do people think about this?
— я машина (@redski_husky) December 3, 2017
As a paramedic, a tattoo is not a legal ‘do not resuscitate’ order. I would be ethically bound to treat him. If I didn’t, I would be liable and guilty of professional negligence. Please, if you don’t want to be resuscitated, look into the laws of your state for doing so.
— Mia Catania (@MiaACatania) December 2, 2017